"Friday Fright Nights" conclude on this Halloween with "Young Frankenstein". (Yes, we're cheating--this movie is a comedy, and WAY funnier than it is frightening. But it is hilarious) Directed by Mel Brooks, starring Gene Wilder, Madeline Kahn, Teri Garr, Marty Feldman, Cloris Leachman, and Peter Boyle, this 1974 film is rated 8.1 on imdb and is #13 on AFI's "Funniest American Movies" list.
Watch for Gene Wilder in a great cameo.
Free movie, with pop and popcorn provided.
"Friday Fright Nights" continue with "Alien", a sci-fi horror film from 1979. Directed by Ridley Scott and starring Sigourney Weaver, Tom Skerritt, John Hurt, and Ian Holm, this movie is rated 8.5 on imdb and ranked #6 on AFI's "100 Most Thrilling American Films".
Free movie shown on a 16-foot screen, with pop and popcorn provided.
"Pan's Labyrinth (El laberinto del fauno)" is our selection for this week's movie as we continue "Friday Fright Nights". This 2006 film, rated 8.3 on imdb, is directed by Guillermo del Toro and tells the tale of Ofelia, a young girl in Spain, 1944, who finds a compelling alternate world.
The movie is shown free, with pop and popcorn provided.
"Friday Fright Nights" continue with the 2014 film "Edge of Tomorrow". Rated 8.1 on imdb, this movie stars Tom Cruise and Emily Blunt and is directed by Doug Liman. Cruise plays Major William Cage, who finds himself in a repeating time loop as he tries to defeat alien invaders.
The free movie is shown on our 16-foot screen; pop and popcorn provided.
We kick off October's "Friday Fright Nights" with Alfred Hitchcock's classic thriller, "Psycho". This free film will be shown on our 16-foot screen; popcorn and pop are provided for those attending. "Psycho" is ranked #1 on AFI's "100 Years, 100 Thrills List" and #18 on the "100 Greatest American Movies" and is rated 8.6 on imdb.
Join us for a free movie on the big screen. "What Dreams May Come" is a haunting tale of a dead man searching the afterlife for his wife. (It's fairly wrenching, in Kendall's opinion--you may want kleenex)
Movie starts at 7:30; popcorn and pop are provided. You may also bring your own snacks and (non-alcoholic) beverages.
Join us for a free movie on the big screen. This 1989 drama, rated 8.0 on imdb, tells the tale of a teacher at an exclusive school who inspires his students in all areas of their lives. Robin Williams stars, with Ethan Hawke and, Robert Sean Leonard, and Josh Charles.
Free popcorn and pop are available. You may also bring your own snacks and (non-alcoholic) beverages.
Movie theater rules apply, please. No talking, and all devices are turned off and put away.
Join us for a relaxing overnight retreat at Albright Camp. Our time together will include games, getting to know each other, a fire bowl, and of course food! Everyone should bring their own bedding/pillow and overnight needs.
Cost is $10/person. If cost is a problem, please speak with Charlie or Kendall; you can do an hour of week at Wesley to cover it.
There will be a group arriving Saturday morning, so if you can't leave Friday evening let us know.